army corps

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an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions and their support

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The Army Corps of Engineers is the nation's largest federal provider of outdoor and water-based recreation, managing more than 400 lake and river projects in 43 states.
Army Corps of Engineers is not aware of any new allegations of non-payment for work in recent weeks since the work on the project restarted, we will work with applicable Bulgarian authorities to the fullest extent of the law to ensure the concerns of subcontractors are properly addressed.
We are actively engaging with the Army Corps of Engineers and with our congressional representatives to try and increase the amount of dredging .
This is news for rejoicing among the "god of navigable rivers" as the Army Corps of Engineers has been ordained by Congress.
Daschle asked the Army Corps of Engineers to expedite the land transfer, and Janklow proclaimed that he isn't bound by the 1868 treaty since he didn't sign it.
The Court ruled that the Army Corps acted unlawfully in diverting water in Lake Lanier for municipal and industrial water supply rather than for the Congressionally-authorized purposes of hydropower generation, flood control, and navigation.
In 2014, the Army Corps will complete its remaining work along the Atlantic coast to restore previously constructed beach projects to their authorized dimensions and start work on a program of 18 new engineered beach projects in areas that previously did not have federally funded risk-reduction systems.
Army Corps of Engineers will study the socio-economic impacts by examining the existing navigation system stretching from Duluth, Minnesota on Lake Superior to the Port of Montreal.
If Congress doesn't act, federal judges, and not the Environmental Protection Agency or the United States Army Corps of Engineers (the federal agencies charged with protecting these resources), will continue to be the ultimate decision makers regarding these activities, with different rules in different states.
When human remains are found on federal property - Kennewick Man was located in an area managed by the Army Corps of Engineers - NAGPRA requires the government to contact any tribes that may share a "cultural affiliation" with the bones.
The Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency have never been the best of friends.
Following last winter's storms, the Army Corps of Engineers identified an additional 71 erosions sites in critical need of repair.
Army Corps of Engineers has completed repairs on dozens of Sandy-damaged navigation channels and structures, completed restoration of 12 engineered beach projects along the coast, and is actively working over 100 other projects to reduce the risk of future coastal storm damage.
Army Corps of Engineers is expected to get $100,000 to look at studying where perchlorate is migrating in Simi Valley's groundwater.
While the Army Corps of Engineers has already repaired a major breach in the barrier island, several storms washed away nearly 300 homes, along with much of the tip of Westhampton.
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